bunny.net provides a simple access log format. A request log is stored as a new line in the log file, for example:
HIT|200|1507167062421|412|390|18.104.22.168|-|https://bunnycdn.b-cdn.net/assets/landingpage/images/cdn-video-preview-from-a-blue-moon.m4v|WA|Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/65.0.3325.146 Safari/537.36|322b688bd63fb63f2babe9de30a5d262|DE
Each field is separated by the | character and with the following format:
The cache status of the request. If HIT, the request was served locally from the edge node cache.
The HTTP status code that was returned by the server.
The UTC UNIX timestamp of when the request was completed.
The total number of bytes that were sent to the client.
The ID of the pull zone that served the request.
The IP of the remote client that received the request. If log anonymization is enabled, the last block is replaced by a 0,
The referer URL that was sent by the client when the file was requested.
The URL of the request that was served.
The acronym zone code indicating which of our pops served the request.
The User-Agent header sent by the client requesting the URL.
The unique ID that identified the specific request. Useful to prevent duplicate request processing.
The two-letter country code (ISO-3166) where the request came from, based on the clients IP address.
Updated 11 months ago